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Sunday, November 10, 2019

Review: If You Give A Jerk A Gingerbread

If You Give A Jerk A Gingerbread If You Give A Jerk A Gingerbread by Jana Aston
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well, just go ahead and slap me, I'm in Christmas novella heaven. Seriously, what is Jana doing in her writing cave? She's gonna convert me and I'm going to hate her for it.

Except I'm really not because Keller is so freaking dreamy. He BAKES, guys. BAKES. Like actual baked goods and he makes breakfast and did I mention he's British?

BRITISH.

I have a weakness for that accent.

And so does Ginger. You met her in the first Reindeer Falls novella. She's sister to Holly, the lovely lady who fell in love with her boss.
But that's not the focus here.
Here we follow Ginger and her time on the Great Gingerbread Bake-off show thing she's filming and guaranteed to win. Basically.
However. Keller.
Yep, he's a sexy wrench in her plans. One I'd let mess with my plans any day of the week. There's just something about that accent. And that smirk.

Anyway, sexy meets Hallmark here. Again. Jana freaking nailed it. I'm down for the next book, just whenever she wants to release that baby.

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Review: The Boss Who Stole Christmas

The Boss Who Stole Christmas The Boss Who Stole Christmas by Jana Aston
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fucking Jana Aston and her humor.
I'm not usually a fan of holiday stories, but when it was pitched as a Hallmark movie meets sexy times, I was in.
Because, really, who doesn't love a Hallmark Christmas movie? The only disappointing thing about those movies is the insta-love and the extreme lack of sex. But I can handle it because I want a lot of sweet with my sappy holiday movies.
But I digress.
The Boss Who Stole Christmas is fun, sexy, swoony, and just the perfect blend of over the top holiday nonsense to make you feel like you fell into a snow globe. Or a Hallmark movie. Whichever.

And Nick Saint-Croix is the sexy boss you want to get dirty with. I mean, he takes her on a trip of a lifetime! And that first kiss? SA-WOOOOOON.

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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Review: Unscripted

Unscripted Unscripted by J.R. Gray
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It's been a long time since I've sat down with an MM book and just devoured it.
It's been a long time since I've found that love for a story, one that wouldn't let me put it down.

JR Gray gave me that love of reading, that love of inclusion, that love of storytelling. He gave me that with Unscripted.

I don't know why this one spoke to me as much as it did, but from the first snippet I saw over on B+M, I knew this would be a book I would read.
I don't know which part appealed to me the most, but there was just something about a man who realized he wasn't who he thought.
There's something about that kind of self awareness, that kind of realization, that 'ah-ha' moment that had me turning the pages as fast as possible.
I just had to know how Hale and Quell got together.
I just had to know how they handled the obstacles in their path.
I. Just. Had. To. Know.

This is my first time reading JR Gray.
I'm clearly the fool here.

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Review: Insatiable

Insatiable Insatiable by Melanie Harlow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hot cop? Check.
Strong, independent woman? Check.

Friends to lovers? Check.

Yep, this hits a lot of my boxes.

Meet Noah, the sexy cop.
Meg, one of the Sawyer sisters.

You'll love getting to know these new characters while visiting with old favorites.
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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Review: Insatiable

Insatiable Insatiable by Melanie Harlow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hot cop? Check.
Strong, independent woman? Check.

Friends to lovers? Check.

Yep, this hits a lot of my boxes.

Meet Noah, the sexy cop.
Meg, one of the Sawyer sisters.

You'll love getting to know these new characters while visiting with old favorites.

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Review: Fuel the Fire

Fuel the Fire Fuel the Fire by Krista Ritchie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I guess I just don't know what to say. This is a series I had heard so much about, but just couldn't commit to such a long series.
Yet here I am, completely enamored with the Calloway sisters, Connor Cobalt, Loren Hale, and Ryke Meadows.
I am completely enamored by the love and devotion and the capacity in which these people love.
I am completely sad that they are not real people.

A love like Connor's and Rose's is not for the common people. Their love expands all boundaries, if not breaking them completely. There is nothing sexier than the minds between these two. They banter, they challenge, the never back down. The rules don't change for them. They find loopholes. They find outs.
Or they write their own future.
They decide how their story plays out.

When faced with challenges they should have anticipated, yet still didn't see coming--at least not from where it hit--Rose and Connor are pushed to do things they never thought they'd do. Yet, it makes the most sense that this power couple would be the couple to protect the others--no matter the cost.

I have a new respect and love for Richard Connor Cobalt. He's a man like no other. He is the god you should believe in. He is science. He is better than you could ever imagine. He is more than you or I could ever be.

And I will always believe in #RCCthisislove.

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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Review: Heartless Hero

Heartless Hero Heartless Hero by Mary Catherine Gebhard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

He was mean.
He was angry.
He wanted his revenge.

She was sad.
She was lonely.
She just wanted to be loved.

These two collide in a fit of chemistry, heat, passion, love, anger, hate, lust, need, desire, revenge, loneliness, and feeling.

Theo is the bully you want to love. He's the anti-hero you also hate. But only because you aren't quite sure what his motives are. You aren't sure if you can trust him. You want to, but you just feel it in your gut that you shouldn't.
So, you're hesitant. You keep your distance. You hold yourself back.
Just as Abigail should have done.

Or should she have given him her all? Should she have bared herself to the only person she ever loved or should she have kept that hidden? Her secrets? Her scars? Did he deserve any of them?

Woven with a bit of mystery and intrigue, a whole lot of money and the twisted world in which the rich may live, MCG brings you a story you won't want to put down. You'll want to know if Theo can be redeemed. You'll want to know why Abigail loves him.
And you'll want to know the cost of falling for the one person you were never meant to fall for.

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